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  • 1). Vanities Are Not Just Plain Wood Anymore  By : T Agee
    It used to be that a bathroom sink vanity was a fairly plain piece of cabinetry with doors underneath and perhaps a set of drawers for storage on one side. Not anymore. Homeowner’s today are leveraging all sorts of interesting materials to create a custom vanity. In fact, one of the most popular bathroom styles these days is to forgo a vanity all together by utilizing old-fashioned pedestal sinks.
    Article Related to: bathroom, bath, design, remodel bathroom, redecorate, shower

  • 3). Jacuzzi - A Brief Overview  By : Claire Quaty
    Jacuzzi is a brand name of a water pump system used in bathtubs. When people refer to a Jacuzzi, it also means a hot tub or a spa. The terms can be used interchangeably. When shopping for a Jacuzzi or a hot tub, there are several things to keep in mind. First, where are you going to put it? A Jacuzzi needs a room with plenty of circulation. The warm water needs ventilation to circulate in the room or to the outdoors to keep drywall from mildew or rot.
    Article Related to: jacuzzi, whirpool, bathtub, bath, home

  • 10). Consumer's Guide To Bathroom Taps  By : James Hickman
    This article explains the key questions that you should consider when purchasing new taps for your bathroom. The information is aimed at consumers in the United Kingdom. Question 1: Whats the tap made of ? Taps can be made from a range of materials of varying quality and cost. A general rule of thumb is that the heavier the tap the better the quality of materials used! Plastic Plastic taps are very cheap and very low quality.
    Article Related to: bathroom taps, plumbing, diy, home improvement, bath

  • 17). Low Flow Toilets... A Love, Hate Relationship  By : Sandy Knoll
    This will come as no surprise, but were you aware that most owners of new homes are unhappy with their low-flow toilets? Since 1992, when the U.S. government mandated the low-flows, we Americans have been subjected to considerably less flushing power...about half the water per flush than the old fashioned type. The newer units use about one and a half gallons of water versus the older ones that use about three and a half.
    Article Related to: plumbing, home, bath, home improvement, handyman, toilet

  • 21). Making Small Bathrooms Seem Larger  By : T Agee
    When people think about rooms they want to remodel, often the bathroom is last on the list. We use our bathrooms all the time, of course, and so this is a little strange that it often gets left out of the make-over plan. One reason for this may be that bathrooms tend to be smaller than other rooms, and so even though they get used and even abused more than other rooms, they often get left behind.
    Article Related to: bathroom, bath, design, remodel, redecorate


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